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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - November 5, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 5, 1018 THE LETHBniDGE DAILY HERALD PAGE THREE THAT SON-IN-LAW OF PA'S It Looks Like It's Impossible to Silence Ceclric. By Wellington this isn't the IN-jIKUMF.MT" I r--------......-- promised h�t to play on - this is a much finer one, 1 i : J*'; 'PURCHASRPWrFHTnATi------^ V. V h HUNDRED PAwLAWSf TEMPORARY CHANGE IN TRAIN SERVICE Account Influenza Kpidomic effur.-iiv- ii.in. Novr-mbvr 2nd, train .'��'. "'II from Medicine Mat. t.n Calgary I. -thbrldtri' mid Aldersyde, will' un .Monday, Wednesday and Fri- v in run d:i\ I No. frcim f'algary to Medicine Hat ; via. Aldersyde and I-.cjthbridgo will I run on Tuesday. Thursday, and Sal-' lit day. \ No. r.2j from Edmonton to Calgary I'Will run dally except Sunday, j No. G:i3 and 524 between Calgary and Kdmonlon will be. withdrawn. No. 527 and 528 between Hardiaty and Edmonton will bo. withdrawn. For further particulars apply any ? gold, representing two third i of Mi.- reserve In tin- Russian treasury vhen thi" Uolfilievikl cabled control of 'h" capital latt� In 1017. transport- \ mI by them to Kazan and then -"� to Siiuinr.t. Agents of the Omsk government, obtaining poses" ion of It. '.'ol - Dr. James- I llartoii. chairman of tin- Amen'"'.! committee for relief |n t)i(. Near East, will .soon ; i;I Hie Sojihla sttiic*, he could have tak'-n til" steumer's PBs.1tM)K�'r�i off. "Tho wrath"1!' was n Uc Hnlil, "for a H foot the windward of the boats and ruff* easily com" down with the l.ocke ftimply Knmb'ed that t'n RoltlK down. fnn�ilil weatn.i-h Kale Thti pnsii-tu'er i eviilntly were Instructed lo stav uteiai.l, as 'civ were on duck. The pi ino wis heard playing. \V eot within To fee" Several steamers wore near." The ciptahl of the �ov�rnmp�> sfe�tner I'l'tercoii I- "inoteil �n s'lvlio; that the tiltlnhlo part was thai all on hoard the Sophia eaMlv could have '�i'1'ii trait: ferrei! I"> -ti/ffv a linmbei' ..f hours after his arrival on ihc Irene. riawnon fratPr:i!t!e�, ptildlr' r-r.d othpr socletle-.. held ;> pntillc irem orlal service In the \reti- r.roili-'r tmll today Tin- flays of ih.. ciiv ar  at half mast. Paw'on still is itnnm-d )iv the Ins-" of so many of he" eltlz"ns an practically two'birds of the pas-senders were from thlt; to'vn ami largely from prominent pioneer fam-^ lliea. Old boundary Question I'ops l'p and Chili CJreally Exeited ll'ietios Ayres, Nov. .'. � Acccrdiiii; to reports iii 111 Il|Ull|l|e. (hi!.'. Ill" I'er uvian cocsiibite thi're Is undi r n heavy uuar.l of Clille.ui troops to prot.sl it from ho'-tit" nianifestations by tilth "�ails lieraiM" of .ill.'ccl "ft.nt: by tii�' I'.-ruvian consul to n:�;aiii/.o a popular demonstration (or the ri-turii to P.-ru of thi- provinces ^ 290,200TON.T 53W00DEN 5HIPS WITH DEADWEIGHT^ CAnnytNG-CAPACiTy-1^6,400 TON/ NOTICE TO RATEPAYERS In ai"'or.iani'." v.iili :!).- t>-;ms of th^ 1 Municipal llo-pltal Act, r.-titiotis were I c-i eived on Aulas'. 11''.'1 by t!i>.' Mlii-|i-t"'t'of the I'llblb- Health D'iiarimeiit, [ 1.1!nioti!on, asking for th" iieatiou of a Muni.dp si Hospital lb-';:.; Imrtttd-' init the ti-rritoiy d.- fioort results havn attended the campaign for final.>r production 011 the Indian reseives of the Dominion inaugurated last hpriiu by tho Interior department. In 1!>17, tho Indians had under cultivation 70,-ti88 ucren and thia year thero was c.ul-tlvated 82,421 acres. The total yield of grain on the reserves was l.:i.'.ii.;i_'4 hUBholH, an Increase of 7t;.�0i"i Uusheln. Tho Inerensui in vuluo of tlm crops of tho Indians wan nearly $,ri00,.)00. EARTHQUAKE IN QUEBEC Qiiebnc, Quo., Nov. S.-A sharp hut short-lived oiuth(|iiako is reported from Clilcoutlmi, whoro tho tremor wan fe.lt during Homo aoitonds yostontay oven-iiiB uhout E o'clock. In soino places (ho shock was strong onough to shako tovca uud uliifl tublus. Amsterdam, Nov. 4.-The state council of Vienna has Issued an appeal to the (ieriuan people: of Austria in which it l.s declared the country Is in danger and the army breaking up in disorder The appeal exhorts the oldiei's voluntarily to join tho tier-nan-Austrian army corps. The appeal points out that Cierman.s from lion Herman districts ai'ti lioiiie. while (ieriuan soldiers, obviously tired from the I011K duration of tho war, aro leaving their units without coimiderlne; that tho irregular demobilization "hriiiBn tho danger of widespread unemployment, hmiKiT 1 uc! tni-ecy.'' Tiio prison camps are being abandonod by their guards, the council adds, and Italians, Russians and Serbians are leavln*,' tho camps and flooding the country. "This dangtir," this appeal declares, "must ho countered If fresh bloodshed is not to threaten our .severely tried people and tens of thousands of men, women and children perish from hunger." L A. H. Roosa Draying and Baggage Transfer Day or Night Service to Any Train When Called. PHONE 1869 Residence 92- 2nd Avenue South 1, Kresh air requisite to .1 3^ \s� DO NT i,, no matter hun ill. 2. ltest in bed for three day* aft. fever him gone is urge"! to p.-ei. ; complication-. :;. Pneumonia cases should not kept In tin- same room with unco:..pli civted InllU'ti.'-i cases 4. Nourii-hing food at regular interval!.. 5. Plenty of wni'r or lemonade, fi. tii-iier.il un.vorried service, awiiii cliuttering. c.iL'KUig or tiue.i'iotiit.", a/e tlcipute wuiih of nlckeit patients, convalescents iiiiiully ask for what tiny want. Keep the patients hi isolated room In .-.eparute. beds Keep patient In bed all of the time iTbis sr.eaus paii-nt must not get up to go to the bathroom 1. Two �r Hire - pillows arranged step nishion the lowest well under the shoulders will make breathing easier. Keep the arms ami shoulders well covered. Ventilate the room freely At the outset, headaches and backaches are iruqueni. Clot ha (moist hut not dripping* to the head, changed frequently give some relief." i",rotectt*il Avoid anything that might cause the slightest chill Care of mouth; a mouth wash every few hours and cold cream to the lips help to keep the mouth in a normal condition; if patient Is extremely weak, swab the I.i .-.'erred, milk, lemonade, weak tea an; coffee, broths I'm convalescent patients not feverii.ll, soft diett gruels, .ookc.l ccr.ah. milk, jellies, slift boiled eggs. etc. Pood may be kept in a thermos bottle I'.itieni.s should drink some water w h'-n awake. PRECAUTIONS j Pi* camions - AM mouth washes I bath water, eieta. and uneaten liquid > food should he th.-oiwi into the toilet I by tho attendant. 1 All bagn. napkttis. scraps of uneaten j food, mouth swab, etc . .should be j w rapped in 7.".uo for u.ajor ouurat/.ou. > t.*. 1 (ai I'u assiituo tho existing debenture indebtedness of not exceeding 1727:'. the purchuso prJco of the hospital. ; ib 1 To create .1 furlhpr dnbou-ture of not cxceiHllng (.1000 for tho piii'llose of providing and furnishing a iiur.o'h' home and aUo to fuither equip the hospital. (41 To i"pay debentures amounting lo $727:t mi original basis and to retire further debetituro Issue of not exceeding ?.r>'">" in equal annual instalments with accrued intertst. Distribution of Maintenance and Capital Expenditure* (,',� Capital: Itepayuient of Instalments or principal and interest of existing debentures J7i.ii; repayment of j principal and interest of uow debenture, to be created $S5U........I1.C0U I Maintenance (Salaries of nursing staff and other help ................. 17000 Drugs ami dressings ........ 1500 p.'uol and light ............... 000 Provisions and supplies ..... 40UO Secretary's salary and stationery ..................... Repairs ................... Hank interest, insurance etc.. Organisation �-xper,st� ....... Uebates and nonpayments .... AUCTIONEER Lonr; experience In stock and farm machlnory. Sales conducted la any part of Alberta. P. LA VALLEY COALDALE. ALBERTA For Dates and Rates Call Th� Oowsley Land Agency, Lath-bridge. Phone 1B09 f reel & Elliott Sheet Metal Works Winter will soon bo here and bring with It tho cold weather. Have your furnaces overhaul, cd by us. Kxpert work. Mot air turuaco work a specialty. Phone 17U 330 Sixth St. �. Lethbrldge, Alta. DRAYING Of All Kind* WesternTransferCo. Limited -i �, P. n. PratgM Hiti PHONM tttm .......+.4 11� U'kIm THE ROY ELECTRIC Biectrlcal CoatiMltac of �n Binds. Ac�nta for UM Wdtt s-smous Delco Light Country wlrlnc a apcetaltf. 911 4th Avanua �a> SM Phone 735 teoth carefully with moistened cotton I keep filCilitles for washing her own sr�o 1500 :150 100 743G j $25,230 Revenue Estimated tees from patients.. 12000 Coverunieiit grant ........... &00 Operating room fees ......... 200 From taxation ............... 22,530 320 Acres ADJOINING TOWN OF SKIFF $1.00 down, bulance crop. Best buy in district. half CHAS. T. COUSINS KIFP, ALTA. applications three times dally Coughing patients should keep mouth covered when coughing, paper napkins or three thicknesses of toilet paper used only once, aro safe and better than rags or handkerchiefs. hands, soap, nail brush and paper towels in clean place and never touch tho patient or patients utensils without afterward cleansing her own hands thoroughly. ItuunitiK water is better ami safer than a basin of weak (Divided as follows) Part Rural Municipal District of McLean ................ Rural Municipal District of Eureka .................... Local Improvement District No. 60 .................... Village of Grassy l,ako ...... Town of Taber ............. 236 J309C 0531 76S8 461 1760 SPENCE'S AUTO LIVERY NIGHT CALLS, LKTH0RIO0.I HOTEL, PHONE U24 , COUNTRY TRIP* CLC8ED CAR - DAY PHONE 114* RES. PHONE 421 Keep a small paper bag pinned to bed- j disinfectant kept for the hands alone sldo- within easy reach of patients Everyth ng used for tho patient hand, to receive the used napkins. I suould be kept separately from tho Change bag at least twice daily, or j Kl,npijes for the rest of th� household whenever it becomes half full. \ 'rnis means dishes, bed linen, bath 1 The invisible spray from the mouth sj�T � v"� $22,536 Ad O and nose during coughing and sneezing is as dangerous as visible expectoration. Convalescent patients can to masked, weak patients aro annoyed by them. FOOD Kood-For the unhappy( feverish 4i4Uieuts, liquid diet, hot or cold, us wrappers, towels, face cloths, rocking j chair, etc. } Fi.niilies can help visiting nurses! and aids by having hot water towels, and newspaper ready when nurses are expected. (Signed) Provincial Health Department FURS-FURS-FURS Highest Prices Paid CANADIAN HIDE AND METAL COMPANY 220 2nd Ave. 8. 2640 TRY A HERALD WANT AD Tractor Repairs We specialise to reborlni ma tractor cylinders, and ftttlaa oversize platona and rings. We have In stock at present overslxe pistons for all popular makes of gas tractors. Ford Engines Rttored NIVEN BROS. 21s 1st av�. a. ppmw im 13742831 06616209 28280?75 ;